Gary Jones and I borrowed this tent from Danny Kaiimi and set it up on
the beach at Nanakuli.
The first night we were serenaded by a mahu from the pedestrian overpass in the background..
We didn't last long because it was too much trouble and we couldn't leave anything there.
Note the car in the background
Photo from an article that appeared in the Los Angeles Examiner - Mon. June 27, 1960
The article was titled, "They Sur(f)vive Without Work" by Bill Brown
The opening line of the article said, "A job is only a job but surfboarding is a way of life".
High contrast. We jump to a backyard party in Montecito with 2 of the Beach
Boys and thieir wives.
This was much more fun than Nanakuli and 40 (plus) years later.....